intensify in a sentence

use intensify in a sentence

intensify;

[verb] to increase in extent or intensity; to become more intense;

The country seems almost on the brink of civil war as fighting intensifies between government troops and rebel forces.

The chanting outside the government legislature intensified when the politicians came out to address the protesters.

In April 2002, clashes between the Burundi army and rebels intensified, and thousands of people fled the capital to escape the violence.

The decline of the Martian Empire began soon after the attacks from Jupiter intensified.

Fighting in the region has intensified, and international observers are expecting the worse.

In April 2002, fighting between the army and rebels in Burundi intensified, and thousands of people fled the capital to escape the violence.

The battle for control of the capital is intensifying, and the President has had to call for help.

The battle is expected to intensify this evening as reinforcements reach the rebel army.

The problems of air and water pollution will be intensified by the growth of inhabitants.